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  11/9/2014: MOVIES NOW No. 26 STARTS OCT 29
“Love the concept and really enjoyed the course, it makes you look at movies differently,” wrote one of the 70 participants of Movies Now No 25 (July 2014); the concept being that new movies are screened unannounced prior to their commercial release and then discussed, with presenter Andrew L. Urban and a special guest, if possible someone from the movie.
  18/9/2014: 'A SINGLE BODY' WINS BEST INT SHORT AT TORONTO
French-Australian short film ‘A SINGLE BODY’ (‘UN SEUL CORPS’) from Australian Director Sotiris Dounoukos has been announced as the winner of the Vimeo Award for Best International Short Film at the 2014 TIFF AWARDS in Toronto.
  18/9/2014: ANTENNA DOCO FEST LETS AUDS CHOOSE ENDING
A shining example of boundary-pushing documentary filmmaking, Choose Your Own Documentary will have its live interactive Australian premiere at this year’s Antenna Documentary Festival (Oct. 14 – 19, Sydney). Based on the classic Choose Your Own Adventure books, the film follows Nathan Penlington and a team of filmmakers (all festival guests) as they embark on an epic quest to unravel the mystery of an old notebook they have discovered. But there is a twist. The audience decide Nathan’s fate by using remote controls. With over 1,500 paths and multiple endings, his fate is in their hands.
  18/9/2014: MARGARET & DAVID: IT’S A WRAP
After 28 years, and one of the longest and most enduring partnerships on Australian television, Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton will record the final episode of ABC TV’s At the Movies on December 9, 2014.
  18/9/2014: ROB CARLTON TO HOST SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS
Rob Carlton, one of Australia’s favourite actors, will host this year’s Screen Music Awards (Nov. 12, City Recital Hall, Sydney) awards for the first time. A veteran of the Australian film and TV industry (and a Tropscore winning actor and director), he is well remembered for his recent portrayal of Kerry Packer in Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo.
  18/9/2014: SUBVERSION ON SCREEN: MELB FEST
With the George Orwell observation “the opinion that art on the big screen has nothing to do with politics is itself a political attitude” as his mantra, ex-Melbourne & Brisbane Film Festivals director Richard Moore has curated an explosive and subversive set of 9 films, Art, Politics and Protest, for this year’s Melbourne Festival (Oct 10 – 26). See Melbourne Festival
 
  25/9/2014: LUCKY CAN CHANGE GENDER, YOU CAN CHANGE LIVES
“Get on board and help us change lives” is the enticement on the indiegogo page calling for crowdfunding to make the $150,000 documentary, Lucky. Lucky is a real person, born Eliza, but on the way to becoming a man.
  25/9/2014: SCREEN PRODUCERS AWARDS NOMS
The professional body of Australia’s screen content producers, Screen Producers Australia, will present special achievement awards to the winning members of its annual award process on November 18, 2014 at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne, as part of its 29th Screen Forever Conference.
  25/9/2014: THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING – ON SCREEN
The 2014 edition of Russian Resurrection (Oct. 28 – Nov. 23, around Australia) will also make a debut in New Zealand (Oct. 24-27); it will exhibit 14 new Russian films and 6 retrospective films, including Akira Kurosawa’s Dersu Uzala, winner of the 1976 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and Alexander Kott’s Test, winner of the 2014 Kinotavr Film Festival’s Best Film.
 
  4/9/2014: NEW DOCO ASKS WHAT’S WRONG WITH AUSSIE FILMS?
Screening on community television and Foxtel in September and October, is a new documentary called WHAT’S WRONG WITH AUSTRALIAN FILMS?
 
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